Keep Students Learning this Summer with EducationCity

We all know that the summer break is a perfect opportunity for students to relax and unwind. While it can offer a well-earned break away from the school routine, it can also be negative if, when the new school year arrives, it is clear that learning has come to a halt.

However, with EducationCity’s Home Access* and the right technology in place, learning doesn’t have to stop, no matter how your students choose to spend their break!

What’s Home Access?

Home Access lets your students access EducationCity out of school.

Even if you’re not there to guide your students, we offer them a wide variety of engaging, enjoyable academic tools to target essential skills independently. Let’s take a look at five implementation strategies you can apply during the break.

1. Individualise Learning with MyCity

Whether you want to review skills learnt throughout the year or help students preview content for the next, you can pull together targeted pieces of content in a MyCity to keep learning alive.

2. Let Your Students Explore

Let your students use Pick and Play so they can explore EducationCity themselves – it’ll allow them to reinforce existing concepts and explore new skill sets.

3. Use Gamification for Practice

PlayLive is a great way of improving quick recall skills while having spirited competition and it’s available in Maths, English, French and Spanish too.

4. Set Academic Goals

MySuccess and MyRevision offer fantastic ways to get your students improving their scores so they can practise for next year!

5. Offer Offline Options

Learning doesn’t have to take place on a screen – EducationCity’s Activities come with accompanying educational peripherals such as Activity Sheets which can be printed.

To find out more about how EducationCity can help your students learn over the summer, just get in touch with us on +44 (0)1572 725080.

*Home Access is available at an additional cost.

**Need to use EducationCity on a tablet or mobile device? You’ll need to download the Puffin Browser here.